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. The Sait Latct! TniBTjirE: Wednesday Mokneto-, Jtjltt 6. 1904. ti I
4 ' unt of Heat Provo to Bo
fi J n(E Jub' 5.-There la no truth In
'&W report circulated in the
1( t If rLd states by a news agency,
W the Pope suffered from an
palpitation of the heart this
h at in Rome this year is unusu
al "Seating and enervating All,
I u thc hardened Romans, are com
nl i The Pope also feels the heat,
lirns this is the first summer he
t I W I" me. The Pontiff, liow
Vi exceedingly well situated, as
m " t cannot he said to penetrate
11 bin' walls of the Vatican. That
Sl !ts enJoyinB his usual health is
IttgM JJ? the fact that ho received
- Mftcchl and Monslgnore Des
t7TBi STlri private audience this morn
Prof Lapponi. when interviewed
t pv. subject, assured the corrcspond-
Zl: iw -tre Associated Press that noth
BUBi.'f Jisnsiuil had occurred In regard to
filth of the Pontiff-
Sip Fight Had
f j Bear Feng Shui
Ua Ktired before Overwhel
ss! ning Numbers, With Loss
Sj ' Stated to Be 200.
,r. PETERSBURG. July 6. Thlr
1 l teen companies of Russian troops
I ""t out by L1utenant General
a. Count Keller, In a reconnaissance
M .'jrce to ascertain the strength of the
. qjztse column's advance force mov- j
; ?c3 Llao Yang, came into collision
ii the Japanese between Mo-Tlen
S- l Fenff Shui l)asscs yesterday.
arp fighting resulted and the Rus-(
03 retired before overwhelming num
!la;.J7 after ascertaining the exact
Kfctjth of the Japanese forces. The
i-slin losses are ofUcially stated to
i'JIfb "case the information obtained by !
ytH'jfi fi Keller leads Gen: Kuropatkln lo
zkiir that Llao Yang is seriously
Ju;3; jfatened, It Is probable that some of
'r?t :t troops will return north from Ta
jvjjtiw 'it Klao
in'yl Iten the Japanese are likely to re
"etCa their attempt to capture New-
4 Most People
b they travel, go one route, re
Mg another, In order to see all
country You tan do this on your
'.tra trip by asking for your tick
it least one way Colorado Midland, i
t no more. Through standard and I
n-J ; Eore Victims of Wabash. Wreck.
l LITCHFIELD, 111.. July 5. One of
ire 1. fcc victims of the Wabash wreck ha
to Identified as Patrick Keefe, one
jrt Ike wealthiest merchants of Kent
Vki Ind lie was a Democratic Na-F-?!1
elector and was on hls way to
SfiflSt. Louis convention. L. 12. Shep
McJ, cashier of a bank at Humes, 111.,
Iilfcl toJay, and several more of the in
ptil cannot live. This makes the total
-.Sfcd twenty Three of the dead still
B'Jf Boy Killed by Explosion.
fM) MUCKER, rtah, July 5. The four
'im ''old son of James Ballard of
MM 'Hker was aC(,ldentally killed here
.liH !!snlay afternoon by an explosion of
wHtr. The lad was celebrating when
jjjm fatal accident occurred.
W KOLITZ EXCURSION
jjll To Ogden, July 10.
jjB are J1.00 for the round trip, via D. &
iH 1 0. It, R Trout and chicken dinner
'19 !?ll;e IIermltagp in Ogden canyon. A
.ct outing for familiea Special train
ciWl Jves Sa,t Lake 10 00 a. m. Returning.
-H:lTes Sden 10 .-00 p. m.
i Vicksburg Reaches Home.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 5. The
Juted States gunboat Vlcksburs ar
rived at ilare Island today from Yoko
i3, via Bremerton. She will ao out
"commission and receive a thorouch
I I . Suffered Scvero Burns,
i K Bent, aged 13, who lives at
j' lBAouth Third East, was the victim
T- I Fourth of July accident which re
: f In severe burns about the face
l4l ,eye3, Ho was setting off a "nower
"M h , on t,ie nBht of the Fourth. It
'4m ?,Url before he was ready and filled
jfM i features with sparlcs. Dr. Benja
9 who hau charge of the case, said
am Jfwnlay that the boy would not suffer
flm ermanent d,sneurement.
Moyer Is Plow
a Free Man
President of Western Federation of
Miners Is Released From Custody
of Colorado Officials.
DENVER, Colo., July 5. Charles H
Moyer, president of the Western
Federation of Miners, wns re
leased from custody by Sheriff
Edward Bell of Teller county, in this
city, this afternoon, after furnishing
bonds for $10,000 on the charges of
murder and inciting riot, filed against
him at Cripple Creek. Bonds were pro
vided by a guarantee company. Moyer
has been a prisoner 103 days, and dur
ing the greater portion of that time
was confined in the bull pen at Tellu
ride, on the plea of "military neces
sity." Bonds were also furnished here today
for Vice-President J. C. Williams and
Assistant Secretary James Kirwan of
the Western Federation of Miners. The
other executive officers of the federa
tion, all of whom are Included In the.
Information filed at Cripple Creek, are
not now in the State. Secretary-TrGas-urer
William D. Haywood, It was an
nounced, has gone to Chicago, but will
return in a few days.
Flying Red Cross Flag.
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 5. The
Russian volunteer steamers St. Peters
burg and Sevastopol passed through
the Bosphorus from the Black sea this
morning. The Sevastopol was flying
the Red Cross flag and her hull was
painted white. The vessels took on
board a quantity of stores and re
mained In the harbor until this evening.
Wedded at World's Fair.
WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS, St.
Louis. Mo., July 5. Gen. Piet
Cronje of Boer war fame was married
today to Mra. Sterzel, the widow of a
Boer soldier. The ceremony was per
formed in the Boer camp on the
grounds and was private. A public re
ception was held after the ceremony.
Absence Leave Ecctended.
Chaplain Paul F. Brockmann of the
Twenty-ninth Infantry, at Fort Doug
las, who has been absent on leave for
the past month, visiting relatives in
Minneapolis, has been granted an ex
tension of thirty days. He will return
to duty some time in July.
Via. O. S. L. Round trip 52.50. Leave
Salt Lake 11:00 a. m. on special; leav
ing Logan for return on special C:00 p.
m. of the 10th.
New Home for Bandmen.
Owing to the rapid growth in the
ranks of the Fort Douglas band, the
commanding officer has recommended
that the bandsmen be given other quar
ters, in order to provide this organiza
tion with the necessary sleeping: and
dining rooms. The quarters now occu
pied by the band, which have been oc
cupied by regular army bands since
the establishment of Fort Douglas, will
be vacated In about ten days, and the
musicians will occupy the quarters va
cated by the Twelfth battery of artil
lery, on the opposite side of the parade
ground This building will be given a
thorough renpvation, and several hun
dred dollars will be expended thereon
In order to give "the band boys a com
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried relhedr. Mrs,
Wlnelow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty ycarB by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, wiih perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and is the beiit
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists in every part of the world. B
Bure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
Music Company Incorporates.
Articles of Incorporation of the Harris
Music co-npnny of Logan City were re
corded yesterday In the office of the Sec
retary of State. The capital stock of the
company is 530.000, divided into 300 shares
of the par value of $100 each. Tho follow
ing nro tho officers: Charles W. Harris,
president; Weston Vernon, vice-president;
Lotty Harris, secretary and treasurer.
Bea.-a the. j$ 8 Kind You HaT9 AImjs Bough!
Incorporation Papers Filed.
The Acme Ozocerite Wax company, or
ganized in tills city, filed articles of in
corporation vesterday In tho office of the
County Clerk. The capital stock of tho
i companv Is $200,000, divided into sharco of
the par value of 51 ench. C. F. Culraer is
president of the company, G. P. K. Cul
mcr. vice-president and manager; H. L.
A. Culmcr, secretary and treasurer.
Saturday, July 5th, via O. S. L. Round
trip $2. CO. Special train leaves S. L.
11:00 a. m.; returning, leaves Logan 6:00
p. m. of the 10th.
k jjjl Doctors ' 1
ij H , Know
1 SiniiiaS actual tonic properties
ilflPI of malt extracts. They know
91 KMtitWH 53 particularly rich in these sustaining.hcalth-
'rjm wjTVySwi I giving properties. This accounts for Malt- N
?WkteJrfi Tft4Wf$ Nutrine's acceptance and use in the practice
-Vl AC Vi AM0Nm7oxjW of leading physicians everywhere. The ideal
Vut.DpARKtiHo JV food-drink for convalescents and all who need
I3m NiffJtT hops , new strength.
ll Anheuser-Buscli Brewing Ass'n
Wm ffiSfiSSB' Vlilton te tho World's Fair City aro Invited to Inspect the
3" Anhcuacr-Bu&ch Drcwery.
fHAPPENiNGS OF A DAY IN UTAfili
g TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE,
Washington Ave. Telephone 111. 3
FIRE CHIEF HAS CLOSE
CALL AT BLAZE IN OGDEN
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, July 5. Tho firo department
was called out about 2 o'clock this morn
ing to a vacant house at 2233 Washington
avenue by a small blaze that burned a
hole through tho floor, causing littlo dam
age, but much excitement. Some old bed
ding In tho room lo supposed to havo
caused spontaneous combustion.
Chief Graves entered tho room, which
was thick with smoke, and stopping on
the burned portion of the lloor.camo near
falling through Into the basement.
John Bennett. Ray Hoar, Charles Rich
ards and John Ingcbretson, who wero ar
rested for fast driving, were fined ?10 each
by Judge Howell today.
George Callahan, charged with fast
driving, pleaded not guilty today, and was
placed under 523 bonds to appear for trial
A. F. Beal, who pleaded guilty to tho
charge of forgery, was sentenced to one
year in the penitentiary today.
Franklin Issac Browning, the little son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Borwnlng, dill
yc3terdny of pneumonia. The funeral will
be held from tho family residence, rear
31S Twenty-eighth street, at 2 o'clock to
Miko Swan wns yesterday arraigned for
sentence before Judge Rolapp on tho
chargo of forgery. Swan was held on two
separato counts for the same offense. Ho
was sentenced to ono year in each of
fense. The Board of County Commissioners to
day heard tho report of tho contingent
poor fund of Chairman Stanford. The re
port shows cash on hand April 1 of fiSl.93.
and disbursements since that time of
5207.75. leaving a balance on hand of $74.20
on July 1.
Father Gimlin and the Elders struck tho
town from the north tonight. Thcv aro
going to stay over tomorrow and in tho
afternoon will endeavor to show tho Og
den amateurs how to play the National
game out at Glenwood park. Titus will
pitch for Salt Lake and Bbrcbers for
The board of directors of the Carnegie
public library hold a meeting tonight and
Organized for tho coming year. Father B.
M. Cushnahan Is president of the board;
Judge A. A. Howell, secretrav; Miss Min
nie Kicsel, vice-president, and A. B. Big
Tho City Council held a short mcoting
tonight. About tho only matter of im
portance decided upon was the paving of
Grant nvcnuo from Twenty-fourth to
Twenty-fifth streets, and Wall avenuo be
tween the same two streets, with asphalt.
Bills and pay-rolls amounting to about
55000 wore paid, and, on the motion of
Councilman Nye. It was decided to begin
at once on the opening of Canal alley.
A committee representing the Carneglo
library board, consisting of President
Cushnahan. Judge Howell. Miss Klese),
Mrs. Evelyn West and Joseph F. Peery.
appeared before the Council to ask for a
further appropriation for tho mainte
nance of the library. Judge Howell pre
sented a potltlon to the Council saying
they had reason to believe that Mr. Car
negie would glvo them $5000 more provided
tho Council guaranteed tho necessary
maintenanco fund of 10 per cent, or SiOO
per year. Father Cushnahan and Mr.
Peery also addressed tho Council.
A terrific wind storm swept Ogden to
night, accompanied by severe lightning.
About 10 o'clock rain began falling- arid
vhe wind subsided. Tho whole southern
part of the city is in darkness, seventy
six arc lights being out. A bolt of light
ning Is responsible for the trouble, but
efforts to reach the power house by tele
phone were unavailing. So far as "known
no further damuge was done by tho storm.
A Greek named Jim Bolecas Is under
arrest on the chargo of threatening the
life of a young woman named Hoge at
West Weber. It appears that the Greek
became Infatuated with tho girl, who re
fused Ids attentions and threatened to
kill her. -
The Fire department was called out last
night to tho resldenco of Superintendent
Allison, corner of Twenty-seventh and
Washington avenue. The shooting of fire
crackers in tho collar had started a small
blaze, which was extinguished with little
Judgo Howell will hold an inquest prob
ably tomorrow over the bodies of the
two killed by tho explosion of a mortar
gun in Glenwood park Monday night. Tho
Jury was empaneled today and consists
of Fred M. Nye. F. A. Grant and Arthur
Kuhn. Tho Judge, accompanied by tho
Jury, went to the scene of the explosion
and mado a thorough Investigation Tho
bottom of the lako was dragged and sev
eral more pieces of the broken gun wero
Tho officers hnvo not yet dr. i.l.d as to
tho arrest of the persons responsible for
tho accident and will not do so until after
tho Coroner's verdict Is returned. Infor
mation from Salt Lake announces that
the police there have the man under sur
veillance and he will be watched until the
local pollco havo decided what to do. All
of the injured are doing well.
SMART PRISONER BURNS
HIS WAY OUT OF JAIL
Special to The Tribune.
COALVILLE, July 5. A prisoner named
John Davis, who was confined In the
county Jail awaiting trial for stealing
some hides at Park City, mado his cscapo
Sunday morning. Ho was confined In ono
of the west cells, and on Saturday tho
deputy sheriff let him wash somo clothing
and bedding. In doing this he strung a
line across ono corner of tho cell, and In
stead of doing much washing, wIiIIh tho
ahorllt was not around tho building ho
took a lot of old rags and made a lire In
tho corner of tho cell obscured by the
curtain. Tho partition from his cell to tho
adjoining ono was mado of lumber, and
tho firo charred tho wood so that It was
easy lo break a hole through. Soma tlms
on Saturday when ho was out he con
cealed an ax In his clothing and took It to
tho cell with him, and used it to break
through tho partition. He had previously
arranged a wlro on the lock of tho adjoin
ing cell, and pulled tho bar out of placo
so that ho could get into tho hall. Ho
then climbed up tho stairway and through
a hole Into tho clerk's oflco and out of
The prisoner hnd about thrco hours
start of the SherilT, and at last accounts
no trnco of him had boon found.
Bingham's Drilling Contest a Success.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
BINGHAM, July 5. Yesterday's colobra
tlon was the most enthusiastic ever held
on the Fourth In Bingham. One of tho
Interesting features. of tho day wns a drill
ing contest, which was witnessed by many
spectators. Jeseo Coghlan and Harry Mc
Mullcn wero tho successful contestants In
the double-drill contest, drilling -10 InohcB
lri fifteen minutes: John H, Bcrrynian and
Jack Chlscm woro Second, drilling- 29
Inches, Joo Burns of Park City won In
tho single-hand contest, drilling Inches
In fifteen mlnutcB; John II, Berryman,
socond, drilling 17'A Inches.
LEHI CAPTURES HOT GAME
FROM HIGHLAND BOY NINE
Special to Tho Tribune.
LEHI, July C Tho ball game yester
day between Lchl and tho Highland Boy
teams was tho most Interesting ever
played In Lchi, and required twclvo in
nings to decido tho result. At the end of
tho ninth inning tho scoro stood 7 and 7.
and neither sldo scored again until tho
last half of tho twelfth, when, with two
men out, Lchl scored the run that gave
them tho game. The attendance reached
Tho celebration of yesterday passed ofT
without any accidents. At sunrise there
was booming of cannon nnd tho serenad
ing of tho city by tho silver and string
bands. At 10 o'clock the whole town
tronged to tho city park, whero patriotic
exercises wero held, the chief features of
which were tho oration by Prof. A. B.
Anderson and Beaver, the "Star-Spangled
Banner" by Miss Ruby Davis and tho mu
sic by the Miller orchestra of Provo. Tho
afternoon was spent In games and sports
for old and young, ending with a series
of horso races on center street, 'Mayor
Roberts having suspended tho city ordi
nances temporarily for this purpose. Tho
principal events were won by Lund's
pacer. Wing's gelding and Murdock's yel
low spacer. '
Several hundred visitors attended tho
Lchl celebration of tho Fourth, Among
whom were Monroe Wilson and Rolland
Goddle of Sugar City. Ida., T. H. Ed
wards, Charles Edwards. James Carter,
Richard Bush and Jesse M. Smith of Gar
land. Mrs. C. II. Brown was taken to tho Holy
Cross hospital Sunday, where she will
undergo an operation if her condition will
The City Council of Lchl City, in con
junction with the cities of American
Fork, Pnyson, Spanish Fork, Pleasant
Grove and Sprlngvllle, aro having their
ordinances revised. Attorneys Rydalch.
A, J. Evans and Andy Morgan have tho
legal end in charge.
WAS WITHOUT ACCIDENT
Special to The Tribune.
EPIIRAIM. July 6.-Tho Fourth of July
celebration was carried out in exceptional
style. Early in tho morning the inhabi
tants were awakened by the booming of
cannon nnd music tyy tho brass band.
After the parade, exercises In tho Tab
ernacle wero carried out as follows: Mu
sic, band; prayer, chaplain; Instrumental
selection, band; reading1 the Declaration
of Independence, J. W. Tyo; song, "Star
Spangled Banner," Ida and Levorno Pe
terson nnd Curtymay Larson; oration, C.
J. Jensen; song "America," school chil
dren; comic recitation. P. C. Anderson;
music, band; benediction, chaplain
Tho Red Stockings and the Moroni team
crossed bats in the aflornoon. The com
mittee in charge offered a cash prize to"
tho winning team. At tho end ot tho
ninth Inning the scoro was even. Eph
ralm Red Sox came to bat and went out
In ono, two, three order. Tho Moroni
boys hit the sphere for two sacks. A wild
throw from the plate to second nnd tho
visitors scored, winning by a. scoro of 9
There were four horse races after tho
game, Jorgenson's bay mare heading ore
all comers. In the big race, Hanson's
gray was winner. Immediately after the
announcement of the decision the Jorgcn
son backers placed 2 to 1 on their fa
vorite. The crowd succeeded in placing
several hundred dollars at this figure, Tho
race course was lengthened. In tho start
Hanson's gray was crowded out of the
line and compelled to run around the Jor
genson mare. At the line they were neck
and neck. The decision was given tho
After Witnesses in Burglary Case.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON. July C Doputy Sheriff -Bar-nett
was over from Provo last night sub
poenaing witnesses on tho case of the
burgluri who broke Into tho Howe store
at Benjamin April 10.
Mrs. David Barnett of Provo Is visiting
a few days with Mrs. J. A. McClellan.
Tho Fourth of "July programme was
carried out and the orator of the day.
the Hon. D. D. Houtz-of Provo, received
a warm welcome. Tho day was passed
without any serious accidents, although a
little son of Heber Curtls's was uadlv
burned by nrecrackors exploding In his
hands. Another loaturc of tho day was
a firo about 11 p. m., which burned a
stack of hay and part of tho sheds be
longing to Ed Simmons Just west of the
Denver & Rio Grande depot. The fire
was caused by the fireworks discharged
earlier In tho evening.
The Payson City Council went on a trip
up Pnyson canyon today to inspect tho
reservoirs which now furnish a largo
amount of tho water supply for this sec
tion. They wero accompanied by Engineer
Kelcey of Snlt Lake, who wont along to
give expert advice as to tho host course
to pursue In establishing a larger supply
of water and also In maintaining the pres
ent supply. '
Mrs. J. J. McClellan and babies of Salt
Lako are hero for a vl3lL
Kaysvillo Observed the Day.
Special to Tho Tribune.
KAYSVILLE. July C Tho Fourth was
appropriately eclobrated hero yesterday.
At 10 a. m. tho following programme was
rendered- "Red, White and blue." by tho
Glee club; invocation, by Chaplain J. II.
Llnford; song. "Our Own United States,"
Miss Lcta Tubbs; reading Declaration of
Independerico by George V. Barnes; ora
tion by Bernard J. Stewart; solo. "Tho
Flag Without a Stnln." by Miss Emma
Ramsey, piano solo, by Prof E. Dalrd
Mann; solo, by Mies Emma Ramsey;
song, "America"; prayer by chaplain.
Two baseball games wore played during
tho day; at 8 u. m. the Kaysvlllo and
Bountiful teams mot. resulting In a vic
tory for tho Kaysvlllo boys. In tho aft
ernoon tho Kaysvlllo team defeated tho
Two Accidents at Morgan City.
Special to The Tribune.
MORGAN CITY. July 6. Tho Fourth
was generally celebrated. Tho programme
for the morning consisted of recitations
and speeches. Tho afternoon, baseball
and other games, and night with a dance.
Among the visitors wero District Attorney
Halvorson. Mr. Harris and Pollco Judgo
Howell of Ogden. The Judge mado an
Interesting speech, tracing the history of
and development of tho country.
The clay did not pass without Its ncci
dents. Ono of George A Taggart's chil
dren was severely burned by a 'ilrecrack
(r Igniting his clothing.
John Green's small son was playing
near the tracks whon somo one on a pass
ing train threw a giant cracker, which
struck and exploded squarely In tho boy's
mouth, lncerating his Hps terribly.
Single Men Win the Gunie.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SAL1NA, July 5. Tho Fourth of July
was observed In Snlltia In good style. At
IP o'clock citizens assembled In the Bow
tery and listened to a programme consist
ing of singing by Prof. Hood and his
choir and patriotic upecohen by Prof. Cas
io and J ungo Coombs.
In a gnma of buaoball between tho sln
glo and married men tho slnglo onos
wero tho victor
I PARK CITY
-121 N Main
BROKEN WINDOWS ONLY
RELICS OF CELEBRATION
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, July 0. After the cele
bration of yesterday everything )s qulot
In tho camp today. Hero and thoro arc
to bo noticed a few echoes of tho Fourth.
On Main street a few broken window
panes Indicate tho presence of too many
bomb shells or sky rockets and several
broken sliow cases tell where some mis
takes of last evening woro made. Aside
from tho ono accident reported yesterday
nothing of a serious nature occurred to
leavo unpleasant memories of the day.
In Justlco Lockhart's court this morning
the only evidences of tho celebration were
two plain drunks and a pair of lighters,
or rather only tho charges against them,
slnco all failed to appear and thus for
feited the 510 each. Mr. Dickon, the
young man who wns injured, is doing
well, nnd no serious results nro appre
hended. Miss Martha Rlchnrdson ot Salt Lake
City Is spending tt few days in the city
with relatives and friends.
William Waters returned this morning
from a brief visit to Salt Lako and Provo.
. Miss Honnessy of Salt Lako Is visiting
with her father, M. II. Henncssy, at tho
The Park City baseball team returned
this morning from Evanslon. whero they
played two games with tho team of that
place. The Park boys won tho game on
Sunday by a score of 13 to C; but In tho
game of yesterday thoy went down to de
feat with a score of 1 to 1. Tho game
was played under protest from the be
ginning and has been so reported to tho
management of the Utah-Wyoming
league. What action tho managers will
take remains to be seen.
American Fork Wins Ball Game.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Utah. July 0.
More than COO persons witnessed the down
fall of tho burly miners from Mammoth
beforo tho invincible nine of American
Fork, The homc boys played a game
worthy of praise. Tho visitors wero no
match -at all, finding !t Impossible to get
away from tho marvelous pitching of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunkley of Salt Lako
City are here visiting friends and rela
tives. Mr. Dunkley Is a member of the
San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake rail
Immediately after the game of baseball,
the basketball team engaged In a gamo
with the winning nine, the boys to make
two points to ono for tho girls. The boys
won by a scoro of S to 2.
W. S. Lylo of Salt Lake City and W.
H. Grant of this placo left here this morn
ing for their property In American Fork
canyon, over which there Is considerable
excitement, owing to a big strike which
was mado some time ago. The company
has alrcndy made one small shipment and
has ready for transportation a carload of
Francis Tyng of the Kalamazoo mine In
American Fork canyon camo down yes
terday. Ho reports tho mine In a good,
healthy condition, and predicts a great
camp for American Fork canyon.
The management o.f the Pacific Gold
Mine nnd Milling company Is greatly en
thused over -a recent strlko mado on prop
erty In the Blue Rock district of Ameri
can Fork canyon.
Junius Smith, over whom much excite
ment was caused owing to a belief that
he was the young man who was killed
on tho Lucln cut-off, returned home yes
terday. ' '
Word reached hero yesterday that Mrs.
Marie Fcatherstone. formerly of this plnco
but at present laboring In the Japan mis
sionary field, would start homo on or
about July 12. It will be remembered that
Mrs, Featherstone Is the mother of tho
first Mormon baby born in Japan. Owing
to tho conditions of the country, the child
does not prosper, and for this reason Its
mother has decided to return home. Mr.
Feathcrotone Is also In the same mission
field with his wife. As yet no converts
havo been made.
Frank Tuner, an old-timo druggist of
this placo and at present a beet foreman '
of Colorado, made a Hying trip here yes
terday and expects to return tomorrow.
Fred Honrold. formerly of this place
and later of Rexburg, Ida., has returned
hero to mako his home.
STRUCK ON THE HEAD
WITH A, BEER BOTTLE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. July G. Albert Olsen was
struck on tho head by John M. Allen last
night and Is now lying In the hospital In
an unconscious condition. It appears that
Albert Olson was employed to drlvo a
wagon with passengers to the lake. A
party of four was talking to Olsen about
making tho trip to tho lako with him,
but ho refused to take them for 52 and
tho unpleasantness resulted.
Olsen, when aroused to consciousness,
nnld that Allen struck him with a beer
bottle. This tho latter denies, assorting
that ho only used his fist. Tho case will
come up for hearing beforo Justice Noon
this afternoon. Allen Is Held In bonds of
JS00 for assault with deadly woapon,
Mllcholl Stewart was fined $10 by Just
lco Noon today for unlawfully catching
C. O. Whlttemore, general attorney of
the San Pedro. Los Angeles & Salt Lako
railroad, spent the Fourth In Provo can
yon, taking a fish dinner at tho Uppor
A mechanics' leln was filed today
against tho Castilla not Springs com
pany by a llmo and cement company do
ing business In Snlt Lako City. Tho leln
Is to secure payment of the sum of 593.60,
fluo for materials furnished and used In
tho construction of buildings and Im
provements at Caatllln.
Tho Furnltuio Company ball team do
feated tho Plumbers by a scoro of 17 to C.
Why tho Banco Was a Failure,
Special to Tho Tribune.
SANTAQUIN. Utah. July 6. I wish to
correct uomo of the assertions minlo In tho
Item regarding tho strlko for lowor prices
for dancing nt Santnquin. The dancers
never mentioned strike nor asked for a
reduction of ball tickets. On nccount of
thoro not being enough dancers, tlckots
wero not collected, nnd Mr. Hudson, tho
manager of tho dance, to show his appre
ciation of tho few that wero there, raid
to tho dancers that "We may an well
danco a while anyway."
All present enjoyed themselves till 12
o'clock, nt which tlmo the danco closed.
All tho girls In their stunning gowns
soomed to enjoy themselves, too.
Every young man showed his willing
ness to mako tho danco a success, but lack
of daneorw mado It a failure. No 111-wlll
was shown toward Mr. Hudson or the
young men by tho young women.
ONE .OF TIIE DANCERS.
Centuries Qw ggs . 1
The disease which, has Drought more suffering, degra- j!rly ffl
datum and disgrace upon the human race is the same Rffli - H
to-day that it was centuries ago. It is called Contagious -sfea D
Blood Poison, "The Bad. Disease,", and js given other -(XljKS
names, but among all nations is regarded as the blackest XzMjft, B
and vilest of all humati diseases. It goes from bad to f 'm
worse; the little sores that first appear are soon followed $rn " jS
by others; the glands of the . . . 14. , . . t H
1,- 'ii r, I wacafihctoci with blood poison, and tho boat m
groins vSWCll and lnllatne, a doctors did mo no cood, though I took thoir treat- IMi
redemption breaks out on the mont faithfully. In fact. I Boomed to grow woras
ii, m,--.. all tho while. I was dishoartonod, for it Boomed, M
body, the mouth and throat that j -would novor bo cured. At tho advico of a 1
become ulcerated, the hair and friend I thon took S. S. S and began to improvo. SIB
krr.o Arsm r!.. ,,1tt 1 continued tho medlclno, and it curod mo com- UgE
eye-brows drop out, and ugly pi0tolv, building up my health and inoreasinc- my W
Yellow blotches make their appotito. Although this was tonyoars ago, I have HI
nnnpiranee and if the disease novor nad a oilsD of tuo diaett8 to "turn. ID
appearance, ana n the disease Bo3. 2 savannah, Ga. W. R. NEWMAN. ' M
is not checked at this stage, ' ' s m
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poison, and from the roots of the hair to the soles of the feet there is not a H
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fcJ ft3 kown, for years as an antidote for the poisonous - ffl
-'7 satr virus of Contagious Blood Poison. Mercury and pot-
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trouble It, what can be tlono for tou, and nhki tho cost of a roro rrlll be. WHITE If tou cannot
call, for their now tyaiptom Hit mid take adraularf of tho VllUK EXLMINATION. Waotbor
too lake treatment or not, tho ailvlco coats jou nothing.
Weak Men Pay When Cured
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toitlraoulala from Uotao people, kItIdk nxuiei, This appllc to Ioit alanbood. Seminal Waal:-
picture and nddreio. nets, Brvorniatorrhooa. Varlcocclo, Wica&e of
WE CANT V 11111.15 H O DH 00 KE8 ln prosUUl olaDd. unnalUral Lomoj. Oon-
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Bocnno It would bctrftj conthlunco. llonce, ' 7. vnwojica , '
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COURT CALENDAR. 4-
4- Casw Set for Today.
4- DISTRICT COURT. -f
i Division No. 1 Judso Hall.
4- No setting. 4-
Division No. S-Judge Stewart. -t-
Jf- No HCttlne. 4-
4- Division No. Z Judgo Morao.
4- No settlngr. 4-
Division No. 4-Judge Lowla.
4- No court. 4-
4- CITY COURT.
4- Civil Division Judgo Tannor. -
4- 10 a, rn. Allen va. Snow. ' 4"
4- 2 p. rn. Brady va. Mclcr. 4-
4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-
In tho caso of Aaron Keyfier va. John E,
Hill ot al.. Judgment was entered In favor
of tho plaintiff for ?3031.50 by Judgo Lowlfl
Suit to rocovcr JSO.000 damages was filed
In tho District court yesterday against
Robert Preston by Percy Boyd Sadler,
aged C years, by Percy T. Sadler, his
guardian ad litem. Tho plaintiff claims
that his lower limbs woro paralyzed as
tho result of an assault madG upon him by
tho defendant. Tho complaint sct-s out
that on May 2S. 1903. tho dofendant pur
flued tho plalntllT without causo or Justifi
cation, nnd with forco and violence did
shake nnd maltreat him, canning a com
plete paralysis of his lower limbs to the
plaintiff's damage In the sum of t50,000.
Gcorgo Benson brought an action for
J1O.O0O damages for personal Injuries In tho
District court yesterday against tho Union
Poclrlc Railroad company and the Oil
"Well Supply company. The plaintiff al
leges that on May 2. 1901. whllo In tho
employ of tho railroad company ns a
brakeman he was caught by a wlro
stretched across the track nnd thrown to
tho ground, sustaining permanent Injurlex.
According to the complaint the defendants
carelessly and negligently permitted a
heavv guy wlro to be stretched across the
railroad track near the r;palr shop of tho
railroad company at Spring Valloy, Wyo
ming. At tho tlmo of tho accident tho
plaintiff claims to havo been standing on
tho top of a car nnd looking backward to
algnnl the engineer. Tho wire, ho alleges,
caught him Just below tho shoulders and
hurled him to the ground, bruising nnd
spraining tho plaintiff's back and other
wise Injuring him.
Maudle McNeil was granted a dlvorco
from C. A. McNeil on the ground of neg
lect by Judgo LwIh yesterday. Tho cou
ple wero married on December II, 1S93.
They havo no children.
In tho matter of the estate of Frank II.
Dyer, deceased, tho llnal settlement of tho
administration by tho executors was ap
proved yy Judge. jHaU-,yjtffrfl,g JThe. lo-
tal value of the estate left by the deceased
was $252,CSS b7; tho account submitted by
tho executors. Parley L. Williams and II.
P Henderson, shows that EM7.2t3.P5 has
been disbursed In payment of bills nnd In
carrying out the provisions of tho will In
rolntlon to the hclr3 of the deceased, leav
ing a balanco of Jot6M.72 for tlnal distribu
tion. The deceased died in 1S92. and on
April IS of that year Messrs. Williams and
Henderson wero appointed executors of
the will, Judge Henderson was also mado
guardian of the minor children of the de
ceased, and .as acted In this capacity up (
to the present time. Tho widow of tho
deceased has slnco died, and tho only . 1
helrs-at-law aro the three children Frank .. U
H.. Ella B. and WInnifred H. Dyer.
Samuel S. Pond filed a oetltlon In the- I
DLttrlct court yesterday asking Xor letters
of administration of the cstato of his
father. Samuel S. Pond. Sr. The deceased
died in thLs city on June 9, leaving an B
estate valued at real property S12.G0O and
personal property 000. The petition la set
for hearing before Judge Hall In the pro- JHU
bate division on Friday. July 29. BUI
Aqullla W. Yeager was arrrnigned b- i
fore Judgo Lowls In tho criminal division mm
of tho District court yesterday and pletd
ed not guilty to tho chargo of burglary. mm
MARRIAGE LICENSES. 1
Joseph Blrklnshaw, Salt Iiko City ......22 I
Florenco Adams. Salt Lake, City. 19
Edward F. Erwln, Los Angeles 30
Flora E. Sherman, Los Angeles 3) '
John Lanplna, Bingham SS
Agneso Pcrlno. Bingham 40 M
Charles O. Dudley, Salt Lako 27 , H
Mary L. Wright. Murray 25 B
Lars G. Johnson. Stockton 32 mm
Annie Gustuvoson. Salt Iafco , MM
JOavld MncNell. Eureka 20 BWM
Elizabeth Laird. Eureka 27
Shaffer, boy to Anthony and Annie, I
Depot avenue, July 3. M
Foster, bov to J. and Sinn, rear 44 North
Second West, Juno 23.
Robinson, girl to AV. T. nnd Edith, Six- M
tocnth ward, June 23.
Sandberg. boy to Charles and Slgne, SO) M
West Eighth South. Juno ?. f.
McNeill, girl to II. G. and Elsie. 7 Good- -
huo street. June 27. I
Olsen, girl to John and Lena, Eleventh
South and Second AVost, Juno 20.
BURIAL PERMITS. jfl '
Mclnnls, Harry, aged 1 month, 3 Denver III'
court, June 80. IU (
Jonce. Barney B.. aged 21. 1312 Enst I ,
Twelfth South. June 30. U i
Bond. George, aged 73. CStlt West First Dl
South, June CO. T , flj j
Mlddloton, Jamos. aged 3S. Holy Cross U
hospital. July 1. II
Griffin, William B.. aged 51, Salt Lako. Jjj
July 1. ll
Bragglo, Rocco, ngjsd. 27. IMsaWrlh.t